ISIS is Israeli Secret Intelligence Service

Sunday, July 24, 2016

WikiLeaks Proves Primary Was Rigged

WikiLeaks Proves Primary Was Rigged

By Michael Sainato
July 24, 2016

On July 25, the Democratic National Convention will begin in Philadelphia, Pa.

To commemorate the event and its embrace of corrupt politician Hillary Clinton as the Democratic nominee, Wikileaks is releasing thousands of DNC/Clinton emails.

In its recent leak of 20,000 DNC emails from January 2015 to May 2016, DNC staff discuss how to deal with Bernie Sanders’ popularity as a challenge to Clinton’s candidacy.

Instead of treating Sanders as a viable candidate for the Democratic ticket, the DNC worked against him and his campaign to ensure Clinton received the nomination.

One email from DNC Deputy Communications Director Eric Walker
to several DNC staffers cites two news articles showing Sanders
leading in Rhode Island and the limited number of polling locations
in the state: “If she outperforms this polling, the Bernie camp will
go nuts and allege misconduct. They’ll probably complain
regardless, actually.”

Instead of treating Sanders with impartiality, the DNC exhibits resentful disdain toward him and the thousands of disenfranchised voters he could have brought into the party.

“Wondering if there’s a good Bernie narrative for a story, which is
that Bernie never ever had his act together, that his campaign was
a mess,” wrote DNC Deputy Communications Director Mark
Paustenbach to DNC Communications Director Luis Miranda, in
response to backlash over DNC Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz
shutting off the Sanders campaign’s access to voter database files.

Another chain reveals MSNBC’s Chuck Todd and DNC staff members discussing how to discredit MSNBC’s Mika Brzezinski’s call for Wasserman Schultz to resign.

Most of the emails released come from seven prominent DNC staff members: senior adviser Andrew Wright, national finance director Jordon Kaplan, finance chief of staff Scott Comer, Northern California finance director Robert Stowe, finance director of data and strategic initiatives Daniel Parrish, finance director Allen Zachary and Miranda.

The release provides further evidence the DNC broke its own charter violations by favoring Clinton as the Democratic presidential nominee, long before any votes were cast.

Over the past several weeks, Guccifer 2.0 released several internal memos showing DNC staff strategizing to make Clinton the presidential nominee, as early as March 2015.

In June 2016, Florida-based law firm, Beck & Lee, filed a class
action lawsuit against Wasserman Schultz and the DNC based on
the revelations from these leaked files.

Other emails show DNC staff in damage control over allegations
from the Sanders campaign, when a report corroborated by a
Politico revealed the DNC’s joint fundraising committee with the
Clinton campaign was laundering money to the Clinton campaign
instead of fundraising for down-ticket Democrats.

Regardless of the fundraising tactics, because both major campaigns didn’t agree to use the joint fundraising committee super-PAC with the DNC, the DNC should have recused itself from participating with just the Clinton campaign.

The Wikileaks and Guccifer 2.0 leaks are the perfect end to a Democratic primary that undermined democracy at every possible opportunity while maintaining plausible deniability.

The party’s rules, including the use of super delegates, who
disproportionately endorsed Clinton before the primaries began,
are intended to provide the Democratic Party leverage over the
election process.

Throughout the primaries, decisions were made by DNC officials
to help Clinton build and maintain a lead over Sanders.

More votes were cast for Clinton, but they were cast at the behest
of a Democratic Party that downplayed her shortfalls to the extent
that Sanders not only had to run against Clinton but also against the
entire Democratic Establishment.

Heading into the Democratic National Convention, voters are
beginning to understand that their voices are of little concern
to the leadership.

No comments:

Post a Comment

Note: Only a member of this blog may post a comment.